Category: Mechanical Engineering

Latest multiple choice questions with answers for mechanical engineering students.

Mechanical Engineering MCQs [Quiz 44]

Q1. Automobile steering gear is an example of
(a) higher pair
(b) sliding pair
(c) turning pair
(d) rotary pair
(e) lower pair.

Q2. In higher pair, the relative motion is
(a) purely turning
(b) purely sliding
(c) purely rotary
(d) purely surface contact
(e) combination of sliding and turning.

Q3. Which of the following has sliding motion
(a) crank
(b) connecting rod
(c) crank pin
(d) cross-head
(e) cross head guide.

Q4. The example of higher pair is
(a) belt, rope and chain drives
(b) gears, cams
(c) ball and roller bearings
(d) all of the above
(e) none of the above.

Q5. Which of the following mechanism is obtained from lower pair
(a) gyroscope
(b) pantograph
(c) valve and valve gears
(d) generated straight line motions
(e) all of the above.

Q6. Which of the following would constitute a link
(a) piston, piston rings and gudgeon pin
(b) piston, and piston rod
(c) piston rod and cross head
(d) piston, crank pin and crank shaft
(e) piston, piston-rod and cross head.

Q7. The Scott-Russell mechanism consists of
(a) sliding and turning pairs
(b) sliding and rotary pairs
(c) turning and rotary pairs
(d) sliding pairs only
(e) turning pairs only.

Q8. Davis steering gear consists of
(a) sliding pairs
(b) turning pairs
(c) rolling pairs
(d) higher pairs
(e) lower pairs.

Q9. Ackermann steering gear consists of
(a) sliding pairs
(b) turning pairs
(c) rolling pairs
(d) higher pairs
(e) lower pairs.

Q10. A completely constrained motion can be transmitted with .
(a) 1 link with pin joints
(b) 2 links with pin joints
(c) 3 links with pin joints
(d) 4 links with pin joints
(e) all of the above.

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